By Robert J. Schwalb
The Daughters of Blackest Night authored the fell Blasphemous Libram, which allows them to destroy the souls of their foes. Learn the secrets of this dark coven, and unlock the powers and feats they have developed to vanquish your own enemies.
Warlocks are dangerous. Entering a pact is no common event. The entity often requires something in exchange. What a warlock offers varies from individual to individual, but the idea that the warlock would offer something precious enough to gain vast power, no matter how just the cause, suggests a willingness to do anything to obtain goals. If a warlock can be tempted to offer up his or her soul for a few spells, what else might that warlock do for even greater power?
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About the Author
Robert J. Schwalb is an award-winning game designer whose more recent work can be found in Martial Power 2, Draconomicon: Metallic Dragons, and Primal Power. Robert lives in Tennessee.